|Mystified - Sine Fiction vol. XII) Deus Irae [sine012] - Thomas Park|
Soundtrack to Philip K. Dick and Roger Zelazny's post-apocalyptic tale. Thomas Park (Mystified) presents an asphyxiating musical adaptation of Tibor McMasters' quest to paint the "Irate God" responsible of WWIII.
Keywords: Ambient; Experimental
|Dick Richards - Sine Fiction vol. V) Dhalgren [sine005] - Dick Richards|
Soundtrack to Samuel R Delany's famous novel. Ranging from sombre ambient to upbeat electronic tracks, Kid's posse and the apocalyptic landscapes of Bellona are vividly rendered by Dick Richards' striking skills.
Keywords: Minimal House; Ambient/noise
|Julie Rousse - Sine Fiction vol. IV) Foundation [sine004] - Julie Rousse|
A grinning digital noise odyssey to accompany Isaac Asimov's sci-fi masterpiece, by French sound designer Julie Rousse (Komsomolsk).
Keywords: Electroacoustic; Ambient/noise
|Erick D'Orion - Sine Fiction vol.XIX) The Sirens of Titan [sine019] - Erick D'Orion|
Erick D'Orion introduced us to the works of late science-fiction autor and humanist Kurt Vonnegut in the early nineties. We immersed ourselves with great interest in the worlds of Vonnegut's pragmatic imagination, enchanted by his wit and compassion. It is only fitting, then, to welcome D'Orion's first participation in the Sine Fiction series with this ambient translation into space, following Malachi Constant's pursuit of the The Sirens of Titan...
Keywords: ambient; experimental; electroacoustic
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|Ellende - Sine Fiction vol. X) Ti con zero [sine010] - Ellende|
Ellende's musical adaptation of Italo Calvino's novel about qwfwq and Pricilla's love beyond time and space is a rewarding earful of bended tones, high-pitched processing and twisted soundwaves.
Keywords: Ambient/noise; Microsound
|Philémon - Sine Fiction vol. II) Nineteen Eighty-Four [sine002] - Philémon|
Philémon (Napalm Jazz, 'Gypt Gore, etc.) presents 3 rumbling, haunting illustrations of George Orwell's classic utopia, Nineteen Eighty-Four. One track for each of Oceania's ideological slogans. What the removal of your freedoms sounds like... if you can still hear such a thing!
Keywords: Minimalism; Ambient/noise